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Nearly $2 million in grant money to help three Wabash Valley communities

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Nearly $2 million in grant money to help three Wabash Valley communities
Nearly $2 million in grant money to help three Wabash Valley communities
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Nearly $2 million in grant money to help three Wabash Valley communities

"17" -rural communities across the hoosier state..

Receive more than "10"-million-dollars "in feder grant funding" "to improve infrastructure", "public facilities", and "economic development".

"3"-were chosen from right here in the wabash valley.

//// "in clay county"..

Nearly "500"-thousand-dollars will be used "to build a brand new fire station" for the center point and community volunteer fire company.

The "52"-hundred square foot facility..

Will have "4"-bays and room for training and equipment.

//// "the town of montezuma" in parke county..

Is awarded "700"-grand "to make improvements to its wastewater system".

That inclues: "remote monitoring equipment" that will improve the collection process.

//// and "also in parke county"..

Receiving "700"-thousand-dollars..

"rockville" will use its grant money "to improve its drinking water system".

"the project" will protect residents "from sanitary sewer overflows and back-ups".

It will also "prevent sinkholes" and "road failures" due to




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